Team Liquid Returns to Dota 2: Welcome miCKe, qojqva, Boxi, Taiga and iNSaNiA

October 02 2019





Please join us in welcoming the new Team Liquid Dota 2 roster: Michael “miCKe” Vu, Maximilian “Qojqva” Bröcker, Samuel “Boxi” Svahn, Tommy “Taiga” Le, and Aydin “iNSaNiA” Sarkohi.

We would like to thank Alliance for working with us to accommodate the transfer of the players. Alliance has an incredible history in Dota 2 — one of the true legendary organizations — and we look forward to seeing them in the Dota Pro Circuit in the future.

The upcoming DPC season is bound to be another thrilling year culminating in The International in Stockholm. As a European Dota 2 squad, we aim to represent the continent at the world’s biggest Dota tournament, and our three Swedish players aspire to play in front of their home crowd. That journey begins at the European Qualifiers for MDL Chengdu Major this week. #LetsGoLiquid




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